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Wright in Racine

Frank Lloyd Wright, who was born Frank Lincoln Wright in Richland Center, Wisconsin in 1867 and died at age 91 in Phoenix, Arizona, was named by the American Institute of Architects, as "the greatest American Architect of all time." This blog by author, photographer, and Wright expert, Mark Hertzberg, orbits the famous Johnson Wax Headquarters, which was built in 1936 in Racine, Wisconsin, and to this day is considered a classic of American architecture. Blog posts are well-researched and often feature original photography. Recent entries have covered a new exhibition at SC Johnson, a celebration of Wright's birthday, renovations of old Wright buildings, and much more.
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